Miami Homeless © Evin Daly

The images below were taken by Miami photographer and lifelong friend, Evin Daly. What is striking about Evin’s portraiture work of Miami’s homeless population is, despite their plight, the sitter’s stoic humanity is captured and conveyed with simple honesty. A lot of portraiture photography can be invasive, artificial and voyeuristic, however, Evin employs a deep sense of empathy for his sitters to capture faces and hands that tell a million stories with grace and dignity. Portraiture at its best – giving a real human face to people who remain, in society’s eyes, faceless. Bravo Evin. Great work. For more of Evin’s photography, please visit his flickr site: https://www.flickr.com/photos/112943153@N02/ or visit: https://www.facebook.com/homelessnames?pnref=lhc

 

Klaus @ Evin Daly

Klaus @ Evin Daly

Johnbw @ Evin Daly

Johnbw @ Evin Daly

Eric @ Evin Daly

Eric @ Evin Daly

A dollar in the hand © Evin Daly

A dollar in the hand © Evin Daly

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